Despite the return of Kylian Mbappé, Paris Saint-Germain must again see notable absences, like those of Marco Verratti or Mauro Icardi, to face AS Monaco on Friday night.
Thomas Tuchel continues to compose with a group of PSG weakened by the number of absences. If that did not prevent the French champions from beating Stade Rennais on November 7 before the international break (3-0, 10e Ligue 1 day), the German coach plays the managers thinking about the confrontation with RB Leipzig next week in the Champions League.
This Thursday in a press conference, Tuchel listed the absent for the trip to Monaco, this Friday evening as part of the 11e championship day. The Italian Marco Verratti must continue his recovery after an injury to the quadriceps and the Argentinian Mauro Icardi is still in a phase of gradual recovery with the group.
The German technician will also have to do without Julian Draxler, Idrissa Gueye, Thilo Kherer and Juan Bernat. On the other hand, he recovers Kylian Mbappé, who we saw this week 30 minutes with the jersey of the Blues against Sweden (4-2, League of Nations), and Pablo Sarabia. Regarding Neymar, Thomas Tuchel considered him uncertain, like Marquinhos and Leo Paredes.
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